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enter image description hereI need to move some contents and Schemas present in Publication A in CME ONE (Tridion 2013) to Publication B in CME TWO (SDL Web 8.5).

I tried using Content Porter but it's resulting in multiple errors like Publication A not found in CME TWO.

I cannot change the Publication name in CME TWO.

Let me know your thoughts?

  • When you say mulitple errors - I assume you mane all errors relate to publication(s), or organisational items not existing? – Dylan .. Mark Saunders May 17 '18 at 11:02
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    You mention you cannot change the Publication name in CME TWO, but what about changing it before export in CME ONE? Keep in mind it is a temporary change, you need it for just the export or import, so only for a few minutes. If both CMEs have Publication ONE and TWO, you will have to rename both Publications temporarily. – Bart Koopman May 18 '18 at 6:24
  • Typically Schemas and Components aren't in the same Publication. Errors might be related to Publication context and where the items live. You may want to use the BluePrinting move up/down features along with Publication context settings in Content Porter to adjust where the final Schemas and Components should live in CM(E) TWO. – Alvin Reyes May 18 '18 at 6:37
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Have you checked the documentation?

[1] I do realise you state you're unable to update the Publication Name in CME TWO - what about CME ONE?

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Just seen the question update - seems to be items specifically with the .tmt extension - which I'm guessing are the Multimedia types.

Do you have permission to see/export and/or see/import these item types - typically in one of the topmost publications and accessible by admin?

Maybe create one of the specific Multimedia Types in the target publication and see if the error for that item is removed?

( reference to Content Porter Package Import Errors )

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I want to point that there is another option. Content porter works on principle where you export package from one publication and import it into another.

Keeping this in mind, there is no restriction where you cannot change package by hand.

So you can export from one environment, change package by changing webdavs into it to map second env, and then import it.

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    I'd strongly recommend using the mapping functionality provided. It's simply to do a search/replace I understand - but it's equally as easy to accidentally screw-up your export and the closer to PRD you are - the bigger an issue that's going to be. – Dylan .. Mark Saunders May 17 '18 at 14:16
  • Yes I Agree. Plus there is always an option to use intermediate env. Export from a to b, then rename publication in b and then do export from b to c environment. – Marko Milic May 17 '18 at 14:18
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You could port them from 2013 to 8.5 "as is", then move them in the BluePrint using Promote/Demote functionality.

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  • Assuming both Publications exist on the target environment and they are in the same BluePrint. Even then, it may be quite a hassle to promote/demote a whole bunch of items. – Rick Pannekoek May 18 '18 at 12:39
  • Tried porting complete publication to 8.5 resulting in errors. Tridion.ContentManager.ImportExport.ImportExportException: Item '/webdav//Javascript%20old.tmt' cannot be imported because it is absent on import TCM and its content was not exported to the package. – Sam May 21 '18 at 6:28

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